Perhaps one of the most revolutionary works of philosophy ever presented, The Phenomenology of Spirit is Hegel’s 1807 work that is in numerous ways extraordinary. A myriad of topics are discussed, and explained in such a harmoniously complex way that the method has been termed Hegelian dialectic. Ultimately, the work as a whole is a remarkable study of the mind’s growth from its direct awareness to scientific philosophy, proving to be a difficult yet highly influential and enduring work.
First part of Hegel’s Phenomenology as traditionally read up to including the entire chapter of self-consciousness. This includes the Preface, Introduction, A. Consciousness and B. Self-Consciousness.
Second part of Hegel’s Phenomenology regarding the notions of Reason & Understanding.
Third part of Hegel’s Phenomenology regarding the notion of Spirit.
Fourth part of Hegel’s Phenomenology regarding Religion.
Final part of Hegel’s Phenomenology.